As someone who gravitates toward minimal, Scandinavian-inspired interiors, I'm always on the lookout for those modern spaces that successfully incorporate quilts into their decor. Quilts can be a great counterpoint to white walls and bare wood floors, since they add both warmth and texture to a space.
Today, I'm sharing a round-up of modern quilts in grown-up spaces, which I've been collecting over the past year. I hope you find as much inspiration in these images as I do!
I'm immediately drawn to the texture of the quilting on this awesome whole-cloth veggie quilt, found in the guest room of Matt and Lentil Purbrick's home in the Australian countryside. Photo by Eve Wilson.
Madeleine and Jeremy Grummet's master bedroom features a gray-and-white quilt from the Australian store Country Road, which complements their decor perfectly. Photo by Eve Wilson.
This vibrant color-blocked quilt is also from Country Road, and its blush-and-citron color palette pops beautifully against its monochrome surroundings.
I've stayed at the Ace Hotel in Portland, Seattle, and New York City, and always love the distinct bedding they select for their rooms. This quilt at an Ace Hotel looks both cozy and durable.
The Design*Sponge home tour of Diane from Cloth Lab of course featured one of her beautiful quilts on a bed. Photos by Michelle Fattore.
I popped into Hay Design when we visited Copenhagen this past fall, and was excited to see quilts amongst their beautiful product offerings. This sunny yellow-and-white Hay quilt in the home of Swantje Hinrichsen pairs perfectly with her rotating accessories.
Interior designer Orlando Soria included this quilt by his mom in his master bedroom, which I spotted in his Design*Sponge home tour. Photo by Tessa Neustadt
For even more interior inspiration, be sure to check out my Quilts at Home Pinterest board.